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428 COLLECTIVE:
Recent work by this
group of 11 Sonoma County artists.

EXHIBITION:
Dec 2 – Jan 31

RECEPTION:

A HOLIDAY PARTY!
A Time for
Renewed Joy!


Dec 2, 6 - 8:30 PM
428 collective
Hammerfriar Gallery
132 Mill Street, Ste.101
Healdsburg, CA 95448
707-473-9600
Tu-Fr, 10-6, Sat, 10-5
Cristina Hobbs, Jessica Martin, Flora Skivington, Caitlin McCaffrey,
Alice Sutro, Susan Preston, Maura Harrington, Victoria Wagner,
Carol Vena-Mondt, Pat Lenz and Chelsea Wills
The 428 Collective returns for another showing in their home-base:

Maura Harrington: Explores the often, uncomfortable relationship between that
very nature and the artificial world of human experience.

Cristina Hobbs: Born in Hanover Germany, her paintings express observations
of the everyday that at times go un-noticed; a celebration of the little things you
see that stay in the back of your mind.

Pat Lenz: Uses different media to explore social and political issues and finds
inspiration working in a converted slaughterhouse in Healdsburg.

Jessica Martin: As a multi-media artist Jessica has been shown nationally and
internationally.  She explores the subject of risk, that moment of new growth
when we step into the light of realized dreams.

Caitlin McCaffrey: Previously worked as a printer and staff photographer at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art on New York City and has produced commissioned
work for collectors, designers and architects.

Susan Preston: Works with inks and earthmatter on paper.  And whatever else
she gets her hands on.

Flora Skivington: An award winning artist and filmmaker she received her PH
in Film (by practice) at Oxford University and her Masters Fine Art in Film from
the San Francisco Art Institute.

Alice Sutro: Works in her head and creates the projects that fall out of her head
wherever they demand to be created at her family ranch: Warnecke Ranch.

Carol Vena-Mondt: As an environmentalist she prefers to use reclaimed and sustainably harvested wood in her simple, elegant wood furniture.

Victoria Wagner: Fascinated with unlikely material pairings, reclaimed wood is used
to create colorful gem-like sculptures referred to as Woodrocks.

Chelsea Wills: Her projects have been shown at the Yerba Buena Center for the
Arts, San Jose Museum of Art, the Mary Porter Sesnon Gallery,  Oakopolis and
internationally as part of the London Biennale and at COMEXUS, Casa Hilvana,
and Teatro Felipe Carillo Puerto.
132 MILL STREET, SUITE 101 . HEALDSBURG, CA 95448 TEL 707.473.9600

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